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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "In France, sire, -- at a small port, near Antibes, in theGulf of Juan."
2.  Chapter 6The Deputy Procureur du Roi.
3.  "The police."
4.  "Him! -- M. de Villefort, the king's attorney? Certainly Isee him."
5.  "Well, M. de Morcerf and I have talked about this marriage,but Madame de Morcerf and Albert" --
6.  "Precisely so," cried Monte Cristo -- "precisely so; andthis is what I said to my worthy Adelmonte. He reflected,smiled, and replied to me by a Sicilian proverb, which Ibelieve is also a French proverb, `My son, the world was notmade in a day -- but in seven. Return on Sunday.' On theSunday following I did return to him. Instead of havingwatered his cabbage with arsenic, he had watered it thistime with a solution of salts, having their basis instrychnine, strychnos colubrina, as the learned term it.Now, the cabbage had not the slightest appearance of diseasein the world, and the rabbit had not the smallest distrust;yet, five minutes afterwards, the rabbit was dead. The fowlpecked at the rabbit, and the next day was a dead hen. Thistime we were the vultures; so we opened the bird, and thistime all special symptoms had disappeared, there were onlygeneral symptoms. There was no peculiar indication in anyorgan -- an excitement of the nervous system -- that was it;a case of cerebral congestion -- nothing more. The fowl hadnot been poisoned -- she had died of apoplexy. Apoplexy is arare disease among fowls, I believe, but very common amongmen." Madame de Villefort appeared more and more thoughtful.


1.  "Sir," said he, "I am no longer able, as I had hoped, torestore you immediately to liberty; before doing so, I mustconsult the trial justice; what my own feeling is youalready know."
2.  "I do."
3.  "Maximilian!" said Valentine, "Maximilian, come back, Ientreat you!" He drew near with his sweet smile, and but forhis paleness one might have thought him in his usual happymood. "Listen, my dear, my adored Valentine," said he in hismelodious and grave tone; "those who, like us, have neverhad a thought for which we need blush before the world, suchmay read each other's hearts. I never was romantic, and amno melancholy hero. I imitate neither Manfred nor Anthony;but without words, protestations, or vows, my life hasentwined itself with yours; you leave me, and you are rightin doing so, -- I repeat it, you are right; but in losingyou, I lose my life.
4.  "Well," said Andrea, "let it be as you wish. This evening,then, at nine o'clock."
5.  "And you have lost it; how stupid!"
6.  "Don't mention it." The major drew an arm-chair towards him,and proceeded to seat himself.


1.  "And that means," replied Monte Cristo, laughing, "that youhad, probably, just dined together. I am happy to see, M.Beauchamp, that you are more sober than he was."
2.  "Edmond," continued Mercedes, with her arms extended towardsthe count, "since I first knew you, I have adored your name,have respected your memory. Edmond, my friend, do not compelme to tarnish that noble and pure image reflectedincessantly on the mirror of my heart. Edmond, if you knewall the prayers I have addressed to God for you while Ithought you were living and since I have thought you must bedead! Yes, dead, alas! I imagined your dead body buried atthe foot of some gloomy tower, or cast to the bottom of apit by hateful jailers, and I wept! What could I do for you,Edmond, besides pray and weep? Listen; for ten years Idreamed each night the same dream. I had been told that youhad endeavored to escape; that you had taken the place ofanother prisoner; that you had slipped into the windingsheet of a dead body; that you had been thrown alive fromthe top of the Chateau d'If, and that the cry you uttered asyou dashed upon the rocks first revealed to your jailersthat they were your murderers. Well, Edmond, I swear to you,by the head of that son for whom I entreat your pity, --Edmond, for ten years I saw every night every detail of thatfrightful tragedy, and for ten years I heard every night thecry which awoke me, shuddering and cold. And I, too, Edmond-- oh! believe me -- guilty as I was -- oh, yes, I, too,have suffered much!"
3.  "When will it be our turn to think of these things? Oh,Valentine, you who have so much influence over yourgrandpapa, try to make him answer -- Soon."
4.  "`General d'Epinay passed for one of the best swordsmen inthe army, but he was pressed so closely in the onset that hemissed his aim and fell. The witnesses thought he was dead,but his adversary, who knew he had not struck him, offeredhim the assistance of his hand to rise. The circumstanceirritated instead of calming the general, and he rushed onhis adversary. But his opponent did not allow his guard tobe broken. He received him on his sword and three times thegeneral drew back on finding himself too closely engaged,and then returned to the charge. At the third he fell again.They thought he slipped, as at first, and the witnesses,seeing he did not move, approached and endeavored to raisehim, but the one who passed his arm around the body found itwas moistened with blood. The general, who had almostfainted, revived. "Ah," said he, "they have sent somefencing-master to fight with me." The president, withoutanswering, approached the witness who held the lantern, andraising his sleeve, showed him two wounds he had received inhis arm; then opening his coat, and unbuttoning hiswaistcoat, displayed his side, pierced with a third wound.Still he had not even uttered a sigh. General d'Epinay diedfive minutes after.'"
5.   "Do you hear what he says, major?"
6.  "It is not so much the loss of the money that vexes me,"said Villefort, "though, after all, 900,000 francs are worthregretting; but I am the more annoyed with this fate,chance, or whatever you please to call the power which hasdestroyed my hopes and my fortune, and may blast theprospects of my child also, as it is all occasioned by anold man relapsed into second childhood."


1.  "They will not be strangers, they will be friends."
2.  "Certainly," said Danglars, "and this is further supportedby the fact of their not possessing an inch of land."
3.  "And should you see one whom you could prefer, I would notbe so unjust" --
4、  "Oh, yes, with all my soul."
5、  "The Chateau d'If?" cried he, "what are we going there for?"The gendarme smiled.




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      "Well, now, what do you say to a cart? I dare say such athing might be had."

  • 郝吉民 08-05


  • 李毅明 08-05

       "Imbecile!" exclaimed La Carconte.

  • 陈佐湟 08-05

      "So that what we presumed to be merely the betrothal feastturns out to be the actual wedding dinner!" said Danglars.

  • 金蝶 08-04

    {  Chateau-Renaud was at his post; apprised by Beauchamp of thecircumstances, he required no explanation from Albert. Theconduct of the son in seeking to avenge his father was sonatural that Chateau-Renaud did not seek to dissuade him,and was content with renewing his assurances of devotion.Debray was not yet come, but Albert knew that he seldom losta scene at the opera. Albert wandered about the theatreuntil the curtain was drawn up. He hoped to meet with M. deMonte Cristo either in the lobby or on the stairs. The bellsummoned him to his seat, and he entered the orchestra withChateau-Renaud and Beauchamp. But his eyes scarcely quittedthe box between the columns, which remained obstinatelyclosed during the whole of the first act. At last, as Albertwas looking at his watch for about the hundredth time, atthe beginning of the second act the door opened, and MonteCristo entered, dressed in black, and, leaning over thefront of the box, looked around the pit. Morrel followedhim, and looked also for his sister and brother in-law; hesoon discovered them in another box, and kissed his hand tothem.

  • 米歇尔奥巴马 08-03

      "Do you think so?" said Monte Cristo, with interest.}

  • 陈绍杰 08-03

      "But what do I know of your Parisian husbands?"

  • 严维民 08-03

      "Oh, Beppo is employed in the prison, and I give him so mucha year to let me know what is going on within his holiness'scastle."

  • 文庆 08-02

       "That when my coachman was about to harness the horses to mycarriage, he discovered that they had been removed from thestables without his knowledge. I desire to know what is themeaning of this?"

  • 胡秀梅 07-31

    {  "Would you pass in his eyes for a prophet?"

  • 杜成 07-31

      "That is not prudent," said Caderousse.